ShapeTourism - New shape and drives for the tourism sector: supporting decision, integrating plans and ensuring sustainability

ShapeTourism improves the tourism knowledge framework, providing analysis and operational tools to shape and drive tourism sustainable growth, particularly for Cultural Destinations. The project supports policymakers and private operators to achieve attractiveness, growth and sustainability taking into account the major challenges of global competition. Starting from the capitalization of scientific studies and from tourism established patterns, the project aims to foster the balance between divergent public and private interests by gearing tourism development toward an holistic, highly operational and sustainable approach.

Partner institutions: Ca‘Foscari University of Venice (Lead Partner), Italy; University of Algarve, Portugal; Italian Association of the Council of European Municipalities and Regions, Italy; University of Split, Croatia; Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs, Cyprus; Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia and University of Malaga, Spain.

CinTurs researcher(s): Luís Nobre Pereira (UAlg Coordinator), Margarida Santos and Lara Noronha Ferreira (ESGHT UAlg)

Budget UAlg: 110.275,00€

Total budget: 598.536,00€

Funding institution(s): ERDF by Interreg Med Programme 2014-2020

Period: 2016 - 2018

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